All your games for all your consoles. Rules: You can only post games you STILL own and physically possess, therefore could still play if you wished. Lost games, traded games or sold games don't count. No doubles. ^^ For the purpose of this, the entire Gameboy series goes under Gameboy. Simply to avoid it having 3 categories of games when all can be played on the GBA anyway. You HAVE to explain why you bought that game and whether you like it or not. A good/bad point here and there, get my point? ^^ Let's see... here's mine: Gamecube GUN An absolutely gorgeous game with a great atmosphere, interesting plot and enjoyable gameplay. It's all strung together a bit too loosely though and the controls are a bit difficult. Sonic Gems Pretty pointless purchase, but oh well - it helps for the completist in me. Played all 3 games, all 3 suck. Enough said. Sonic Riders Ugh. Terrible controls, terrible gameplay and a terrible plot. Just generally terrible. Pokemon XD Still haven't finished, may never do so. Got very, very, very bored of it after realising i'd spent 7 hours playing Pokemon Colosseum again and haven't touched it since. Shadow The Hedgehog Best 3D Sonic game since SA2/B and it's not even about Sonic himself. Enjoyable for the most part but still a fine example of just how much Sonic Team has sunk when it can only really be considered 'mostly average' and is still the best of their recent releases. Donkey Konga Owns ALL for party games. Great to pick up and play too - could do with some better songs, like the Pokemon Theme but it's overall an enjoyable play Tony Hawk's Underground 2 You NEED one of these games in your life and if it's any of the Tony Hawk's series, it's this one. It has the classic game mode from the Pro games as well as Underground's story mode. It's also the closest thing you can ever get to 'Jackass: The Game' Pokemon Box One of the handiest little things EVAR. Narked that I can't play FR or Emerald on it, but it's very nice knowing that all my Pokemon from Generation 3 are safe forever.... or for as long as my memory card holds out Pokemon Colosseum It's Pokemon. We all know the score with Colosseum but it's a game worth having nonetheless True Crime: Streets of L.A. This game is better than a movie. Excellently scripted, acted and plotted out - the gameplay gets a tiny bit repetitive but there's a fair degree of repetition and it's good fun Sonic Adventure: DX I litterally whizzed through this game in a few days. It really is that easy. It was fun and had a good enough story but meh. I kinda like Sonic Adventure 2 Betterer Sonic Adventure 2: Battle Got me back into Sonic after jumping off the bandwagon along with many others when Sonic Adventure was released. I'd missed out on two great games though and SA2B is EASILY one of my favourite Cube Games Sonic Heroes EVAIL.... I probably just suck at the controls or am really prone to falling off edges or something but this game is unbeatable to me. I don't really like games where everywhere I turn I end up falling off a tiny platform, but meh. Super Smash Brothers Melee The music is GOD. The Fighting system is GOD. The characters are made by our GOD of gaming... well, some of them. There is very little not to like about this game - one point has to be that it's impossible to recreate a save file on it, so here's a hint kiddies, don't wipe your save... EVAR The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker Easily one of the most beautiful games on the Gamecube... probably the most Beautiful game ever made. This game was a wonder to play because it just sucked you in and blew you away. The Triforce Quest sucked and sailing too much was not fun but there were very little other downsides. Maybe not as influential or life-changing as Ocarina of Time, but it's up there alongside it for sheer brilliance. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time/Ura Zelda Forget what they called it in English This was great fun to play. In fact, i gave this a whirl before I played Windwaker, but only when I got to the Triforce Quest and took a break from Windwaker did I truely get to play and appreciate this game. One of the best games ever made by a long shot Spider-Man A decent liscence game. It tried hard and was mildly fun but overall it was let down by a bad camera and eventually stale gameplay. One of the better ones though Starfox Adventures First Non SSBM game and it 0wnz. Forget what shitty magazine reviews tell you, they're simply rating it low because of bitterness over the RARE affair with Micro$oft. This game was fun, gorgeous and extremely entertaining. I wouldn't have missed playing it and wasting hours of my life in it for the world Enter the Matrix On the other hand... I knew this game was sub-par when I bought it cheap, it could have been much better but Atari fucked up, Atari has since done it again and again and again and has been repeatedly scolded for it. I don't entirely regret buying the game, as I love The Matrix but I regret that it was less than it should and could have been Skies of Arcadia: Legends Nem reccomended this game to me and it was probably one of the best buys i've made for my Cube without being informed by a magazine or other similar means. It was very, very enjoyable and although the last boss took pretty much all day to beat - I was glad to have done it in the end. Replayability sucks but I may well give it another whirl before Revolution arrives Hitman 2 Very, very interesting game with a surprisingly good plot. It took skill to beat as well as a lot of luck in the final level. It's good fun despite the whole killing lots of innocent people thing, but meh, we all have homocidal tendancies from time to time and this game is one very handy way to exorcise them Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Chaos Bleeds , Playing as Spike rocked but overall the game was still pretty lacking. The bonuses were great and the story was good - nice and Buffyish but the game still felt... less than it could have been. An Angel game wouldn't go amiss though, with some improvement on Chaos Bleeds hopefully Pokemon Channel It has a Pichu Brothers cartoon in it. Which makes it 500% better than it would be without it. Otherwise it was just a fun thing to play for a week with my little brother. Megaman X Command Mission Honestly have no idea why I got this. But I got a fair bit into it before the game crashed and I decided it wasn't worth bothering going back to it. The Sims I got this on the theory that by having it for a console, not the PC, I'd have more incentive to play it more. My theory was wrong. Gameboy Pokemon FireRed I _> Otherwise, it's a nice thing to own. Especially for me, as I never actually owned S&K or Sonic 3, only played friends' copies. It's also a lot easier to simply stick it in your Xbox/360 and play like that than to dig out the Megadrive to set it up. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas So far, the best Grand Theft Auto game ever made. Considering this, Vice City, Liberty City Stories and the upcoming Vice City Stories have found their way out since GTA III, it's a bit odd to consider that next October we'll be seeing a game entitled Grand Theft Auto IV, but I'm not going to argue with Rockstar. Especially when they churn out games of this calibre every time they bring out the name, GTA. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic I wanted a console game to play. So I got this pre-owned. Never really got further than the starting levels, I'm informed that it can be quite expansive (The whole, your choices effect the game thing again) but the opening's a bit too tedious to really get into it. :/ Hitman Contracts Hitman 2 was one of the top games ported to the Cube. Hitman 3 is a bit off the mark really. It just doesn't have the same feel, storyline or expansive choices in the levels. Xbox 360 The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion This game is great. It really is. It's open, it's expansive, it's gorgeous and it has Jean Luc Picard in it - as well as a lot of support for it from Betheseda on Live meaning regular downloadable additions. There is, unfortunately, a fair amount of tedium involved in some of the repetetive gameplay. Anyone who can stick MMORPGs for any real length of time will find this a fantastic offline equivilent. Otherwise, Oblivion will be left in it's box for ages on end while you play other games. Project Gotham Racing 3 A fantastic racing game that's also well supported on Live. All the cars look gorgeous and the gameplay is simple and fun. Not a whole lot of depth to keep you interested for any serious period of time but it'll find it's way in and out of the 360 a lot. X-men 3: The official Game :/.... You can read my full review about it on BritXbox here: http://www.britxbox.co.uk/index.htm?ref=article&id=595419580 Rockstar Games Presents: Table Tennis You can tell this game was made solely so Rockstar could get a bit of a break from all the controversy that's dogged them since the release of the original Grand Theft Auto. Nonetheless, it's very well made. And I mean that. It's VERY well made. This game is polished to the finest detail. All the characters look truely 'Next-Gen', all their clothes are simulated independently and thus actually react realistically and do so perfectly. And the actual Table Tennis works great, with a twin stick configuration being the easiest to master. The single player is a bit sparse, but the multiplayer is just plain fun. It really does have the appeal of Pong's simplistic gameplay, only with insanely advanced graphics. Dead or Alive 4 Ooooh, jiggly. There's very little real substance here. But it's still fun to play. Unlike Soul Calibur 2 it feels a lot lighter and less real-world gravity restricted. Though the actual combos system etc in no way matches what SCII acheived. And the countering system seems to work only when the AI uses it. And it uses it lots. Tomb Raider Legend As far as I'm concerned the last good Tomb Raider game was Tomb Raider II, easily one of my favourite games on the Playstation and maybe even ever. After shit like Angel of Darkness, Legend finally brings back the Lara Croft I loved, with slick and enjoyable gameplay, a fantastic storyline, awesome characters and an ending that will kick your ass from here to Sunday for all eternity. The opening for a sequel MUST be taken and MUST be taken soon. This is the game that made me a Tomb Raider fan again and would do the same for anyone.